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Lucite

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I use 527 jewelry glue, but other glues will work. Rubber cement is good on leather too. I cut the leather just enough larger than the cabochon for the row
judyintex
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Aug 2, 2013

Cabochons

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Thanks! I have some wood that I got a neighbor to slice (black walnut, birch, pecan, oak). I use them as centers in some of my baskets. I drill holes around
judyintex
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Aug 2, 2013

pine needle basketry

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Hi Kaye, You've been at the crafts a long time for sure.  I had to quit like I said due to my hands, but also because I had retinal detachment on one eye and
Kaye Burlason
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Aug 1, 2013

collected pineneedles

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... I wish I could just go out and colledt pine needles I have to buy them by the lb. My prices would be a lot more reasonale also
vera ruiz
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Jul 31, 2013

Baskets and Gourds

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Hi Linda, I look forward to the photos. Haven't gone through the entire photo sections yet.   Thanks for writing. vera   ________________________________
stoutklinda
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Jul 31, 2013

introduction

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Morning Annie, I'm using a copy of a book that an elderly lady gave me umpteen years ago, but it's still good. Name is "Pine Needle Raffia Basketry" by Jeannie
vera ruiz
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Jul 30, 2013

books etcmi

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Joe thanks for info on books will check it out
rutheilene
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Jun 26, 2013

Introduction

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Rutheilene, I find a good source for books and instruction at Prim Pines.com. It is a website for Judy Mallow's business. She has authored several books on
bustoc
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Jun 25, 2013

photos

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I just was looking at pictures. Ohhhhhh they are all so beautiful. Do much for me to learn. Question. Where do you folks get your centers? They are
rutheilene
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Jun 25, 2013

introduction

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I just joined this group. Live in western Canada. Just got involved in making pine needle baskets. Have lots to learn. I have Nadine spiers DVDs they are
rutheilene
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Jun 21, 2013

Hi Piney friends

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Tammy, I live in Spring Hill, FL. Occasionally I do sell some of mine - but I have never made the same basket (creation) twice! Joe To:
skiffywife
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Jun 4, 2013

Bringing up sides

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It's a matter of needle placement inserted into the pine needles that will help with determining how sloped or straight your basket sides are. There are two
Paula Townsend
3
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Feb 15, 2013

New member

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Welcome!!
Beverley Roberts
5
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Dec 5, 2012

hi everybody

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It's a friendly group just not posting all the time. ________________________________ From: Donna G To:
Gail
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Nov 13, 2012

Joe's photos

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The only thing more calming than my crafting are my darling donkeys! You are SOO right about making needle baskets being a mental health "vacation"! If not for
judyintex
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Aug 16, 2012
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